I just finished sewing the top together from two halves. In the process of doing so, I removed the paper on the back, leaving two rows for stability.
Before I removed the paper, I cut away the extra corners that made extra bulk. The top picture shows the two rows along the edge that hasn't had the paper templates removed, yet.
It is a bit of work, snipping of the extra corners, but I'm sure I will be happy about making that effort, as soon as I get to quilting it. So, on the other side...
This small quilt have a total of 574 1" hexagons in 28 rows of 21. I used Kona Snow, and a selection of Heather Ross yardage, some FFA and some Munki Munki pajamas parts.
Stitching these hexagons together, I tried three different kinds of thread. My lovely friend Rita, showed me the one I like the most, Coats Extra strong Hand Quilting (both strong and slim).
No I need to find a backing...
Can I tempt anyone to try hexagons?